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Epilogue / Procession

Epilogue / Procession by Brad Gibson buy album

Brad Gibson

Label: self-released
Released: 2017
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Denney Goodhew, piano; Chris Symer, bass; Ryan Burns, moog opus 3; Brad Gibson, percussion

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It might be strange to call Brad Gibson's latest EP piano music, yet the Seattle-based drummer does just that. Gibson proclaims his second release of original compositions to be “contemplative piano music from the hinterland of the Pacific Northwest.” Featuring an all-star cast of musicians Denney Goodhew (piano), Chris Symer (bass), and Ryan Burns (moog synthesizer), Epilogue / Procession is an exposition on the nature of how we embody space and time. The listener is grounded in this question with three versions of the title track occupying the album. "With Epilogue / Procession, I wanted to explore the nature of temporality, with musicians who were sensitive to that notion. The recording sessions were more exploratory than perfection- seeking. Rather than looking for the ideal take, I was searching for an expansion of possibility." In time for the autumnal equinox, Epilogue / Procession releases on September 19, 2017, available at Bandcamp and all major digital outlets.


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